Dr. Britt J. Davis
Vice President, Institutional Advancement & Assistant to the President
Britt Davis was named Vice President for Institutional Advancement & Assistant to the President in January 2011. In this role, he leads the university’s Development, Alumni Relations, Communications & Marketing, and Admissions departments. He also represents the Campbell president’s office in different capacities, including serving as a liaison to various university constituencies and representing the president on university committees and at special events. Prior to this appointment Davis served as Director of Development for the university’s Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law (2007-2010).
Director, University Communications
Haven Hottel has served as the Director of Communications and Publications at Campbell University since 2006. Her responsibilities include coordinating the University’s advertising, marketing and public relations efforts and overseeing publication production, design standards, web development and digital communication. She also serves as adviser for the Pine Burr yearbook staff. Before coming to Campbell, she worked as a news producer for television stations WLFL and WNCN in Raleigh, NC. She earned a Master of Science degree in Communication from North Carolina State University.
Assistant Director for Publications
Billy Liggett joined Campbell University in 2011 after 13 years in the newspaper industry, nine as an editor. Prior to coming to Buies Creek, he was editor of The Sanford Herald, a 9,000-circulation daily newspaper and winner of 57 N.C. Press Association awards in 2010 and 2011, including two General Excellence honors and the top Public Service award for the paper’s coverage of the 2011 tornado outbreak. Liggett is currently editor of Campbell Magazine and heads the University’s social network sites.
Digital Content Coordinator
Cherry Crayton joined Campbell University in August 2012 as digital content coordinator. Her primary responsibilities are to write and edit copy for Campbell’s main website and publications, manage the university’s Twitter feed, and edit the university’s blog, We Are Campbell. Previously, she worked as a writer and editor at Duke University, NC State University and UNC-Chapel Hill. She has won more than a dozen national writing and editing awards, including two gold medals and two bronze medals in CASE’s Circle of Excellence Awards competition. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from NC State.
Senior Graphic Designer
Jonathan Bronsink joined the University in 2007 after working with a political consulting group in Raleigh. He has worked with countless winning campaigns, government agencies and businesses — reaching hundreds of thousands of people across the country. At Campbell he has designed award winning publication’s including the University’s annual report, magazine and the anniversary book. Outside of designing the university’s large publications, he assists departments with their day-to-day print design needs.
Web Designer & Administrator
Bob Dry joined Campbell University in the fall of 2011. He has designed and maintained university websites for over five years and began designing for the web in 1998 while a design student at N.C. State. He oversees the design and development of campell.edu. He works with various departments and individuals across our growing campus to improve the accuracy and delivery of university information through the web.
Web Designer & Developer
Carlos Cano joined Campbell University in February 2014. Carlos was first introduced to the web development realm as an undergraduate student at UNC-CH. Since graduating, he has worked in the non-profit and corporate world as a developer. His responsibilities are to design, create, and maintain university websites while delivering university information effectively.